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Synopsis High Rise Building in the London Borough of Brent 1965-70 by F. Charles Greenfield, Ronald D. Holtum and Jagdish C. Kalra

The principal theme underlying the paper is the development-from a structural engineering standpoint-of a form of construction for high riseflats, based essentially on ‘factory-made’ components, on the one hand quicker to build than more traditional forms of in situ reinforced concrete construction and, on the other, comparable in terms of cost and also structural behaviour if subjected to an abnormal load.